Based on the war poems before World War 1, how did men's experience of total war compare with their ideas of wartime heroism? In particular, what were the feelings of the disabled veteran in...

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Based on the war poems before World War 1, how did men's experience of total war compare with their ideas of wartime heroism? In particular, what were the feelings of the disabled veteran in "Disabled"? Write 2 paragraphs.


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Parul answered on Jul 05 2022
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Fundamentally based on the war poems prior to WWI, men's experience of entire war in comparison to idea of wartime heroism changed. There is lasting tragedy of the war such that it leaves tremendous trauma and a strong sense of isolating them from the society. In one’s youth, solider used to be filled with energy and passion pursuing his dream to fight for the country against the enemy. However, while serving his country in the war he loses essential parts of his body rendering him completely dependent on others to even go to washroom. All his dream...
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